Research and Projects
- + CBIMO Scientific Programme 2010-2016  

 Our research activities are mainly focused on following topics:
bioimmobilization and microencapsulation of living cells, bioactive substances and food-additives (encapsulation from macro- down to to nano- scale)
biodegradable food-packaging materials (mainly cellulose, starch and PLA/PHA based materials)
- characterization and various methods of food packaging

- isolation, chemical modification and purification of biopolymers (specifically polysaccharides and their hydrophobic derivatives)
- physico-chemical characterization of biopolymers.

Especially CBIMO has some expertise in:

- microencapsulation based on natural and modified polymers (polysaccharides and proteins),

- immobilization of living cells (mammalian and bacteria),

- food-bioactive substances (nutraceuticals) and taste and smell masking,

- formation and characterization of microcapsules (mechanical and permeability)

- formation, modification and characterization of packaging materials including mainly paper, paperboard and polymer films.

 - food and packaging interaction "active packaging".


For more information about our recent activities please see two following presentations:

- Bioimmobilisation - towards applied biotechnology for industrial applications;

- CBIMO - towards innovative packaging materials and technologies;



All planned research and development tasks (four thematic packages - see above) as well as education and training activities in the period 20011-2016 within the Center of Bioimmobilisation and Innovative Packaging Materials include a number of priority areas which are in line with the National Strategic Reference Framework 2007-2013 (Operational Programme Innovative Economy, 2007-2013).


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